Massivelly Parallel Machine Based on T9000 and C104 Massivelly Parallel Machine Based on T9000 and C104 Massively Parallel Machine Based on T9000 and C104

@inproceedings{Fleury1994MassivellyPM,
  title={Massivelly Parallel Machine Based on T9000 and C104 Massivelly Parallel Machine Based on T9000 and C104 Massively Parallel Machine Based on T9000 and C104},
  author={Eric Fleury and Marc Picquendar},
  year={1994}
}
The T9000 transputer and its companion routing chip, the C104, allow the construction of very large networks (several thousand processors). The designer of such a network must select a topology taking into account both performance (i.e. small communication delays) and engineering considerations (cost and wireability). This paper presents preliminary studies of various candidate topologies for large networks of transputers. These topologies are all based on small building modules which are easy… CONTINUE READING
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